Imprivata OneSign® Extends Integration with Leading Electronic Medical Records Vendor

Tight Integration with Epic’s Authentication APIs Speeds Clinician Access, Streamlines Workflow and Simplifies Compliance with Meaningful Use Requirements for Computerized Physician Order Entry

ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- At HIMSS11, Imprivata, the #1 independent single sign-on and access management provider for healthcare and other regulated industries, today announced integration of the Company’s #1 KLAS-rated single sign-on (SSO) and authentication software with Epic’s authentication API. This tight integration provides healthcare professionals with the most streamlined method available on the market for fast and secure access. By adding OneSign to their environments, clinicians gain:

  • No Click Access™ to inpatient and ambulatory electronic medical records (EMR) with the tap of a badge or swipe of a fingerprint
  • Walk-Away security
  • One-touch re-authentication for medication order signing and Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)

No Click Access™ to Electronic Medical Records

Clinicians are constantly required to login to workstations as they move around the hospital going from patient to patient. By replacing the need to type in a username and password with no click login by the swipe of a fingerprint or touch of an ID badge, OneSign reduces the time taken for every login. When a clinician enters a new room, a single touch is sufficient to provide secure authenticated access.

Walk-Away Security for Epic

OneSign Secure Walk-Away® uses facial recognition to monitor the presence of the authenticated user in front of the workstation. When the clinician walks away, the screen is automatically locked and immediately unlocked when the clinician returns. From the clinician’s perspective, OneSign Secure Walk-Away is completely automatic and transparent. Clinicians can focus on the patient and not worry about logging off when they leave, or leaving someone in the room with an active workstation.

One-Touch Re-authentication for Medication Order Signing and CPOE

Policies or industry regulations require physicians to re-authenticate when ordering medications or signing an e-prescription. Typically, the physician must re-type their password for these protected transactions—once again distracting attention away from the patient and opening more opportunity for password breaches. Using Imprivata OneSign, the physician can re-authenticate with a swipe of a fingerprint or tap of an ID badge—ensuring that the physician is the one placing the order or ‘signing’ the e-prescription while simplifying the process.

Supporting Quotes:

“For clinicians, Imprivata support for Epic means fast Epic EMR access with no clicks, no passwords, no problems. For healthcare CMOs and CIOs, Imprivata support for Epic means accelerated clinician EMR adoption to get to Meaningful Use.” - Ed Gaudet, Chief Marketing Officer, Imprivata

Imprivata will be exhibiting Imprivata OneSign integration with Epic authentication APIs at HIMSS11 today through February 24 at booth #3872. The Company will also feature live customer presentations from Catholic Health Partners, Liverpool Women’s and Alder Hey Children’s NHS Trusts and Memorial Healthcare that highlight how Imprivata has helped their organization with EMR adoption and their respective successes using virtualization, mobility and clinician workflow technologies. More information and a schedule for these presentations is available here.

About Imprivata:

With more than one million health care users, Imprivata is the #1 independent provider of single sign-on and access management solutions for health care, government, finance and other regulated industries. By strengthening user authentication, streamlining application access and simplifying compliance reporting across multiple computing environments, customers realize improved workflows, increased security and compliance with government regulations.

Imprivata has received numerous product awards and top review ratings from leading industry publications and analysts, including a Strong Positive rating in Gartner’s 2010 ESSO Marketscope, the #1 ranking in the KLAS SSO Performance report and the #1 rating in 2010 Best in KLAS and Category Leaders report. Headquartered in Lexington, Mass., Imprivata partners with over 200 resellers, and serves the access security needs of more than 1,100 customers around the world. For more information, please visit www.imprivata.com or follow us on Twitter at @Imprivata.

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